Saturday, July 8, 2017

'Hawaii Five-0:' CBS Says It Offered Daniel Dae Kim & Grace Park 'Significant Salary Increases'

'Hawaii Five-0:' CBS Says It Offered Daniel Dae Kim & Grace Park 'Significant Salary Increases'
CBS is spilling more details after Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park announcedthey were leaving Hawaii Five-0 ahead of the upcoming eighth season.
Daniel and Grace made the decision when they were reportedly unable to reach salary deals they were satisfied with.
They two were allegedly getting paid 10 to 15 percent less than their co-stars Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan.
Daniel and Grace have been important and valued members of Hawaii Five-0 for seven seasons,” CBS said Wednesday (July 5) in a statement. “We did not want to lose them and tried very hard to keep them with offers for large and significant salary increases. While we could not reach an agreement, we part ways with tremendous respect for their talents on screen, as well as their roles as ambassadors for the show off screen, and with hopes to work with them again in the near future.”
See what Daniel had to say about their exit here.
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